Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. Download the full report in English. Oh Jung Hee is a former trader in her forties from Ryanggang province. She sold clothes to market stalls in Hyesan city and was involved in the distribution of textiles in her province. She said that up until she left the country in , guards would regularly pass by the market to demand bribes, sometimes in the form of coerced sexual acts or intercourse.
Cho Ju-bin: South Korea chatroom sex abuse suspect named after outcry
Sexual Violence against Women in North Korea | HRW
Koryo Tours, a Chinese company that brings foreigners into North Korea, is ready to capitalize on a male population eager to visit the region: self-professed pickup artists. Can you "hook up with a local girl" on your tour? The short answer is no, of course not. But that won't stop PUAs from trying — getting one's "NK flag" having sex with a North Korean woman is considered to be the highest level of accomplishment in the "game. PUAs are willing to spend lots of money on what they call "love tourism.
After Fleeing North Korea, Women Get Trapped as Cybersex Slaves in China
Human Rights Watch found sex crime prosecutions involving illegal filming rose fold between and Molka — the use of hidden cameras to film or share explicit images of women without their consent — is forcing victims to contemplate suicide or to consider quitting their jobs or leaving the country, Human Rights Watch HRW said in the report, My Life is Not Your Porn: Digital Sex Crimes in South Korea. The trauma is worsened by encounters with unsympathetic police and courts, the US-based organisation said, and called on the government to introduce harsher penalties and educate men and boys about the dangers of consuming abusive images online.
A man accused of leading a group that blackmailed girls into sharing sexual videos - which were then posted in pay-to-view chatrooms - has been named after an outcry in South Korea. Some 74 people, including 16 underage girls, were exploited. A police committee took the unusual step of naming Cho Ju-bin, 24, after five million people signed petitions.